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SONNETS OF ETERNAL HOPE – III

Oh please let the love I hold for you last And survive all those times I live in fast; In starvation’s hope for a fresh new way Let me hold on, linger and with you stay.

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SONNETS OF ETERNAL HOPE – IV

Defined by the dwindling politicians, whose light dimsEver-more in the ever widening divisions of a languidLanguage which speaks only of power seeking limbsAnd weakening ideologies where spoken words, turgid,

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THE KEEPER OF FLOCKS – XXIII

My blue eyes are like the sky Which is calm like water in the sunlight. It is so, blue and calm, Because we don’t interrogate not even in astonishment…

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THE THIRST FOR INDEPENDENCE

What can sharpen this thirst for our freedom? What can help shake our love to be beaten? When will mother earth break our shackles free? When, in her love, will we and things be? Wasn’t there once another spirit in … Continue reading

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THE KEEPER OF FLOCKS – XLIV

I suddenly wake up at night, And my watch occupies the whole night. I no longer feel Nature outside. My room is one dark thing with walls dimly white. Outside there is a stillness as if nothing exists. Only the … Continue reading

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